Minneapolis police chief on Thursday acknowledged his department had contributed to a deficit of hope in the city after the — and he and other officials called for calm following a night of destructive protests.

“I am absolutely sorry for the pain, devastation and trauma Mr. Floyd’s death has left on his family, his loved ones, Minneapolis and the world,” Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo said.

No charges have been filed in Floyd’s death, but his family say they want murder charges for all four fired officers.